I asked in a Mewsletter what cats would do if they could rule the world for just one day. The answers may surprise you and encourage you to look at cats in a different light in future!
 

AshAvAri Ashanti of Atlantis has this to say:

I am a Black Smoke Persian Girl with a few messages to the 2-leggeds:

1) Though I appreciate you’re trying to control over population:

PLEASE STOP SAYING YOU ARE 'FIXING' US!  We are NOT broken!

2) We are NOT wild lions who need to roam through traffic, having rocks thrown at us by ignorant people ... being subjected to disease and death or tortured at the whim of wild animals.

We are very happy being INSIDE your home with good food, safe shelter and most of all -- LOVE

3) And finally please remember: EGYPTIANS WORSHIPPED CATS - There must be a reason why!

MAY THE PURR BE WITH YOU 

  =^,,^=

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Jamaka writes:

Samuda, our Head Cat (and resident Sheriff -- he's been a Cowboy Cat since we first met, and he rules with a velvet paw) wanted to put in his two purrs' worth on the subject of what he'd want to see changed in the world.

1.  SPAY/NEUTER mandatory and universal!!! (With a small population of cats with the most adoptable genes allowed to remain "intact", of course).

2.  Humane education mandatory, universal and remedial.  Because no one ever gets too much education, and everyone needs to brush up from time to time.

3.  Loving, FOREVER homes for each and every cat.  Everywhere.  

4.  and then we're on to the more minor stuff, like no more wars, no more invasions/occupations, no more bullying, no more overpopulation (meaning access to birth control free and universal, along with family planning education as in #2 above!), and no more despoilation of the earth, air, water, or anything else, by anyone, anytime, period.

How's that for starters?

Sincerely, Samuda 

Samuda has also written about his life as a Cowboy Cat which you can read here:

Five Good Reasons for Having Your Cat Neutered

  • Reduces fighting, injury and noise
  • Reduces spraying and smelling
  • Much less likely to wander and get lost
  • Safer from diseases like feline AIDS, mammary tumours and feline leukaemia
  • Reduces the number of unwanted kittens

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